At Indiana University, I have been allowed to co-teach several courses, and even design my own course.
Below you can find brief course descriptions, and links to the syllabi.
Digital Exhibition Design
In the Spring of 2018, I taught a small course in which students researched an object in the museum’s collection, wrote a paper about the object, and designed an exhibit in augmented reality to communicate their narrative.
Informatics Research in Classical Archaeology
In the Fall of 2018, I am teaching a course in which students are considering the field of virtual heritage, and how to use computational methods to a research question in Classical Art and Archaeology.
Intro to Virtual Heritage
In Fall 2017, I co-taught a course with Professor Bernard Frischer in which we taught students how to research an object and create a digital restoration that communicates their idea about an artifact.